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Snyder's Sweet Corn farm stand

Meet your local farmers Tom and Brenda Snyder.

Beginning in the summer of 1981 Charlie Snyder was selling corn from a tiny little stand on the side of the road. Charlie would give everyone a dozen cobs, with a couple extra to ensure there are twelve great ones, this then becoming the “Snyder’s dozen”. In 2003, Charlie passed the business over to his eldest son Tom, and his wife Brenda. This business went from a two-week wholesale operation to a seven-week season focusing on retail.

There are now currently four generations of Snyders working to run this business and provide you with the sweetest, freshest corn. The farm consists of 80 acres of sweet corn and with the help of friends, neighbors, family, and the community this business thrives.

With an anticipated opening around the end of July, you can visit their stand(s) and purchase their Snyder Dozen Snyder half dozen, and individual cobs. They also sell reusable bags, trucker caps and classic hats in addition to their delicious corn. Their website provides information on the growing process of corn from beginning to end, how to cook and store corn, and many more interesting fun facts. Their Facebook provides crop updates for the season.

Be sure to visit the farm and enjoy a Snyder Dozen (14 ears) of the best sweet corn around!

1863 Haldimand Rd 9